Harley-Davidson Auxiliary LED Brake Light Installation Manual

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Filed Under (Harley Davidson) by admin on 28-03-2012

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If you are mounting the lighthead on a Harley-Davidson┬« motorcycle box, use the existing wire hole. Drill your mounting holes so the wire hole (located very close to the mounting hole in the lighthead) will line up with the wires, but not interfere with the mounting holes. Since the lighthead can mount to any vehicle, this manual will cover mounting to a generic location. 1. Mark the location of the 2 mounting holes onto the mounting surface using the dimensions shown above, or remove the lens and use it as a template. Always check behind the mounting surface to be sure you will not interfere with any other vehicle components. 2. Drill the 2 mounting holes using a drill sized for a #6 sheet metal screw, then drill the 9/32″ wire access hole 5/16″ away from the mounting hole as shown. 3. Feed the wires through the wire hole then secure the brake light to the mounting surface with the supplied mounting hardware. 4. Wire the lighthead into your existing brake light wiring, matching the lighthead wire colors to the vehicle wire colors (see “Wiring”). WARNING! All customer supplied wires that connect to the positive terminal of the battery must be sized to supply at least 125% of the maximum operating current and FUSED at the battery to carry that load. DO NOT USE CIRCUIT BREAKERS WITH THIS PRODUCT!

BMW R 1150 RT-P SPECIFICATION

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Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 04-12-2010

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Rear Radar Mount The stationary mount protects the antenna from exhaust and allows saddlebag removal without disturbing the mount. Mounting can be done with either a stationary or movable mount. R 1150 RT -P
Rear Visibility Optional rear duplex LED lights, combined with optional supplementary LED brake/taillight, provides the ideal combination of visibility while presenting a neat, clean appearance. Exceptional Visibility Side-mounted LED lights provide warning to motorists when an officer approaches. The LED units flood the front left and right quadrants with intense light that precedes the officer into an intersection or dangerous traffic situation. Front side-lights are mounted low to reduce glare to motoristswaiting at blocked intersections. R 1150 RT Front Radar Mount Officers can monitor traffic without neck strain. This mount rotates 90 degrees and allows officers to park perpendicular to the roadway. It also permits an easier roadway entrance angle. The unit features a guiding handle to reduce stress on the plug connection. Electronic Locking Shotgun Mount This powder-coated aluminum shotgun mount locks electronically via a hidden button and provides full weapon support with a padded yoke at the receiver. Designed for use with the Remington 870®shotgun that has been fitted with a pistol grip and a 14-, 16- or 18-inch barrel. The mount features adjustable strap for added safety and to secure folding stocks, and it attaches to the rear of the bike via a chrome-plated antenna bracket. Rear Radar Mount The stationary mount protects the